Author: eharbison

Thank you for the kind responses to our newsletter last month where we honored our son. It is still quite hard to absorb our new reality, but we are truly thankful for Harrison’s new reality. I wanted to share something that happened to Phil and...

By Scott Galloway   Since 2011, Mission UpReach has been inviting me to Santa Rosa de Copan to teach basketball. I am a veteran basketball camp director and a veteran of short-term mission trips. I have never seen basketball camps have the impact the camps have had...

During the months of June and July, we have hosted three short term mission teams (we call them brigades here in Honduras).  The first group came from Pine Tree Church of Christ in Longview, TX and brought much needed medical attention along with dental care....

By Phil Waldron, CEO   What is a preaching point? In Mission UpReach’s overall efforts to initiate new church plants; a preaching point is a location where a small group of people, not presently attending any church, gather for a Bible study and at the same time...

We have chosen to take what we consider an appropriate pause in reporting this month in order to share our heartfelt sorrow at the passing of our son Harrison on June 23rd. Harrison simply got out of his chair (his soul that is) and went...

By Phil Waldron   It is not commonly known, but in large part, Harrison, our son, was instrumental in our coming to Honduras as missionaries back in 2009.   When Harrison was only 6 years old, we moved our family to Cozumel, México. Harrison started school in a small...

Harrison Walt Waldron, 29, of Nolensville, TN passed from this life on Thursday, June 23, 2022, in his home.  He was born October 18, 1992, in Atlanta, GA to Philip and Donna (Durham) Waldron. He grew up with his two sisters, Sarah, and Laura, in...

I mentioned two big events in last month’s newsletter:  Laura’s graduation and our 40th Anniversary trip.  Both were a huge blessing to us.  Now we are back in Honduras and catching up on the things that were waiting for us when we returned.  It is...

In April, our ESPERO School for Deaf Adults held elections to fill positions within their student government, but this election also had larger implications. These elected students will also make up the new Santa Rosa de Copán chapter of the Deaf Association of Honduras (ASH)....

By Erik Estrada Our Moses Products division just acquired seven storefronts! In order to improve our distribution strategy and offer an easier way of restocking of our products, we have developed seven Points of Sale for our products where the costumers can go to purchase at the...

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